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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1863

    SS4 ]V. Y. STATE. IV. Y. STATE. IV. Y. STATE. a mohawk BANK 5 tM Schenectady, N. Y. Indian in eanoe going over rapids. Compt’a die. Female portrait. FIVE Onnal lock 5 MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N. Y. FIVE Indian seated in f Compt’s die. Female %J canoe going through rapids. p: portrait. U ! Canal lock. Title of Bank 10 Vig. Indian seated in canoe going ./k. 10 through rapids. Male portrait. CompVa die. 10 10 1 MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N. Y. 10 TEN Fe


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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1863

    SS4 ]V. Y. STATE. IV. Y. STATE. IV. Y. STATE. a mohawk BANK 5 tM Schenectady, N. Y. Indian in eanoe going over rapids. Compt’a die. Female portrait. FIVE Onnal lock 5 MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N. Y. FIVE Indian seated in f Compt’s die. Female %J canoe going through rapids. p: portrait. U ! Canal lock. Title of Bank 10 Vig. Indian seated in canoe going ./k. 10 through rapids. Male portrait. CompVa die. 10 10 1 MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N. Y. 10 TEN Fe


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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1865

    rses a well; goats, hide, sheep : 10 Three lo- di&nt ereot. etc. TEN Male DOLLARS TEN BuiMing. Compt'i die. 3 MONROE CO. BANE., Rochester, N. Y. View of canal Washington. Title of Bank* Compt’i die - TH REE 1 1 ONE i Compt’e die. J Cupid. ONE 5 diikmaid seated with pail b/ Ride of shield on which 5 10 Vig. Farmers at JQ Ifeuse. Ld, holding s cars ; sheaf, on right ; cabin on left. MONTGOMERY CO X mohawk VAIw Inman wmh pear MOimOE CO. BANK, Rochester, N. Y. Compt’s dift BANK ONE LEY BANK, Mohawk, N.Y. Male portrait five' Compt’i die. Johnstown, N- Y. X Church. 1 FIVE 1 fndmn drav« (% Vig. Farmers rt A harrestlng; two ev seated at lunch; lemale holding rake, wd pouring drink. F por- X Male portrait with female, cars, sheaf, etc, onright; men and steamer on left 10 I 50 Iseated with MONTGOMERY CO.


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    Hodges' American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1861

    IV. Y. STATE. IV. Y. STATE. V. Y. STATE. £210 ONE Female seat- ed, holding Ggure one. ONE Compt’s die. Cupid. mohawk VAL- LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. Y. ONE Indian with how and spear. Indian draw- fS Vig. Farmers rt mg how. ^ harvesting; two & seated at lunch; female holding rake, n*nd pouring drink. F emale por- trait surroun dedby corn. MOHAWK VAL- Compt’s die. LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. Y. 5 Milkmaid seated with pail bfcr side of shield on which is cars ; sheaf, on right ; cabin oo left. — — ; =jj 5 Compt’s die MONBOE CO


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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1865

    rses a well; goats, hide, sheep : 10 Three lo- di&nt ereot. etc. TEN Male DOLLARS TEN BuiMing. Compt'i die. 3 MONROE CO. BANE., Rochester, N. Y. View of canal Washington. Title of Bank* Compt’i die - TH REE 1 1 ONE i Compt’e die. J Cupid. ONE 5 diikmaid seated with pail b/ Ride of shield on which 5 10 Vig. Farmers at JQ Ifeuse. Ld, holding s cars ; sheaf, on right ; cabin on left. MONTGOMERY CO X mohawk VAIw Inman wmh pear MOimOE CO. BANK, Rochester, N. Y. Compt’s dift BANK ONE LEY BANK, Mohawk, N.Y. Male portrait five' Compt’i die. Johnstown, N- Y. X Church. 1 FIVE 1 fndmn drav« (% Vig. Farmers rt A harrestlng; two ev seated at lunch; lemale holding rake, wd pouring drink. F por- X Male portrait with female, cars, sheaf, etc, onright; men and steamer on left 10 I 50 Iseated with MONTGOMERY CO.


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    BAKELITE MOHAWK ENCASED LIBERTY NICKEL

    01/25/2015

    BAKELITE mohawk ENCASED LIBERTY NICKEL http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v18n04a14.html An equally rare Indian item was written up by Frank Van Valen for his Exonumia Corner blog on January 22, 2015. -Editor When I first encountered this installment's Exonumia Corner item, the words that immediately popped to mind were "Drums Along The Mohawk," a classic 1939 black and white movie starring Hen


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1866 (vol. 55)

    7/1/1866

    42.50— 42.60 Total length in miles 807.00 807.00 The other feeders and reservoirs (not navigable) are shown in the fol- lowing table : RESERVOIRS. Surface: Average: Depth: Capacity: Names. acres. acres. feet. cubic feet. Woodhull 1,286 1.118 18 876,550,000 North Branch 423 277 28 810,000.000 South Branch 618 872 26 421,190,000 Total 25177 1,767 .. 1,667,740,000 Mowhawk Feeder, at Rexford Flats 39 mohawk, south side, at Little Falls 19 Schoharie Creek 63 Mohawk, north side, at Little Falls 50 Mohawk, at Rocky Rift 3.92 Mohawk, at Rome 05 Total length in miles 5.68 The supply of water for the Eastern Division of the Erie Canal is derived from the sources named in the following table : Distance Cubic feet Sources. supplied. # minute. Champlain Canal, from Mohawk River, at Cohoes Dam. 7 mile. 6,670


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    Harper's Weekly

    1/1/1904

    ark Tapley to follow this diversion for more than an idle hour. And I think it a shame for a man not to return to the water, unharmed, these lubberly fish who have unwillingly contributed to his amusement. As for eels and bullheads, two Tapleys rolled into one might pursue the sport of taking them; yet even that has its attractions for those fishermen who habitually eat what they catch. For bull- mohawk chubs, of all weights and dimensions. Curiously enough, many small maskalonge lived there too, and these fish at times took* an artificial fly, although they never showed fight after being hooked. But it was different with the Mohawk; he fought like a good fellow, usually proving worthy of his name. On this particular day, there living no prospect of trout-fishing, we tried the Mohawks. And they


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1857

    ; implements, &c. TEN 10 Cooperstown, N. Y. Fish. X Compt’s dio. Rome, N.Y. Compt’fl Vig. Wood die. chopper seated on fallen log; ONE on med. head. Spread eagle on shield in clouds. c „ a-' ONE 1 1 ONE Compt’s die. •f Cupid. ONE Two large horse and waggon in back Femalo seat- buildings; mohawk VAR- Indian with HAMILTON BANK, holding fig- Compt’s die. Female. ONE LEY BANK, bow and ONE Hamilton, N. Y- Dog. ure one. 1 One Dollar One Dollar Mohawk, N. Y. spear. 2 Compt’s Vig. Man and die. woman; rake *• 2 TWO to Kafiing scene — man in boat with two birds ; five H 2 1 Indian draw- ing how. O Tig. Farmers O & harvesting; two and pail; two males, female and child seated at lunch; Two large go


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    Hodges' American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1861

    , chemical apparatus; table and writing imple- ments 4 globe, &e. Title Of Bank- Female milking XX FIFTY Compt’s Man reclining; die. sheep, etc. 50 Title of Bank- Female with sheaf and sickle- - Two children 100 Title of Bank- 100 Compt's die. Apotheosis to Art. Fig 100 and words ONH? HUNDRED. Two children 1 * S Vig. Indian seat- -fl J, ed in canoe going J, through rapids. 1 Compt’a die. Female 1 mohawk BANK, Schenectady, N Y seated. JL Locomotive and cars. 1 ! 2 MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N- Y- TWO Compt’s die. Vig. Indian seated fy in canoe going through rapids. 2 2 TWO Q MOHAWK BANK, THEEE o Schenectady, N- Y- Q Vig. Indian Q Female, sheaf of wheat, sickle going through rapids. &c. Corapt's die. Secured, &c. 3 5 C Indian seated in canoe going over rapids. FIVE Compt’s die. MOHAWK BANK, Male po


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1857

    ; implements, &c. TEN 10 Cooperstown, N. Y. Fish. X Compt’s dio. Rome, N.Y. Compt’fl Vig. Wood die. chopper seated on fallen log; ONE on med. head. Spread eagle on shield in clouds. c „ a-' ONE 1 1 ONE Compt’s die. •f Cupid. ONE Two large horse and waggon in back Femalo seat- buildings; mohawk VAR- Indian with HAMILTON BANK, holding fig- Compt’s die. Female. ONE LEY BANK, bow and ONE Hamilton, N. Y- Dog. ure one. 1 One Dollar One Dollar Mohawk, N. Y. spear. 2 Compt’s Vig. Man and die. woman; rake *• 2 TWO to Kafiing scene — man in boat with two birds ; five H 2 1 Indian draw- ing how. O Tig. Farmers O & harvesting; two and pail; two males, female and child seated at lunch; Two large go


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    Dye's Bank Note Plate Delineator

    /1855

    o- ONEIDA CENTTALj boys and BANK, e sheep. Rome, N.Y. : o TEf Compt’s die. 10 X Vig. Croup of ten' 1 /\ figures; ten gold dol-j Jl*/ lars; steamboat inj distance. » ONEIDA CENTEAlj BANK, Rome, N.Y. 20 Vig. Femalo sitting; three cupid* sporting on water. XX Female por- trait. ONEIDA CENTRAL • Corapt’s die. BANK, Rome, N.Y. 20 ONE Compt’s die. f Cupid. , • ONE Female seat- ed, holding i figure one. mohawk VAL- I Indian with ONE LEY BANK. bow and Mohawk, N. Y. spear. j Indian draw- Vig. Fanners Aj harvesting; two At seated at lunch; (emale holding rake, and ing bow. pouring drink. MOHAWK VAX- 1* emale por trait surroun dedby corn. ’ompt’s die. LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. Y. Indian draw- ing bow. Q Vig. Femalo portrait in frame, sur- mounted with eagle; antelopes, on either side. Vessel in distance. 3 Coni


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    Numismatic finds of the Americas : an inventory of American coin hoards, shipwrecks, single finds, and finds in excavations

    /2009

    marked with a slash, half with a dot. Disposition: The coins were found buried in a series of eighteen discrete caches by a metal detecting club. One cache was below a rotted tree trunk and produced 30-40 USA 504. The hnders have photographs showing how the coins were unearthed. 209 to Keshequa Coins, who had them encapsulated in special holciers from Numismatic Conservation Services marked with “mohawk Valley Hoard.” Bibliography: Paul dikes, “Metal detectorists uncover rare half dollar die variety. Find third example of 0-1 15 variety of 1807 504,” Coin World, May 2, 2005, 2. Paul dikes, “Mohawk River site yields coinage. Finds include 0-115 variety, other 1 807 half dollars,” Coin World, May 2, 2005, 2. Paul dikes, “Dealer marketing hoard coins. NCS authenticates, slabs 180 of silver pieces,”


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    THE MOHAWK VALLEY HOARD COINS

    03/29/2015

    THE mohawk VALLEY HOARD COINS http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v18n13a30.html Speaking of hoard coins, back in the U.S. Frank Colletti published some information on the "Mohawk Valley hoard" in today's JR Newsletter, an email publication of the John Reich Collectors Society. -Editor They were slabbed by NCS, and they state: NCS has recently encapsulated the Mohawk Valley Hoard


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    Merchant's Magazine, 1850 (vol. 23)

    7/1/1850

    he Atlantic. And the residue of the New York route, from the head of tide at Troy to Buffalo, is more favorable by 1,500 feet rise and fall, than the Pennsylvania route, excluding the portage over the mountains. This peculiar formation was noticed by Mr. Colies in his publication in 1785. He says: — “The Alleghany Mountains, which pass through all the States, seem to die away as they approach the mohawk.” The Edinburgh Encyclopedia, Vol. XVHL, p. 201, in alluding to the valley of the Mohawk, says : — “The Mohawk carries a chasm in the continent, rising in no place to 426 feet above mid-tide level in the -Hudson. The table land between the Mohawk and the Oneida Lake is the lowest depres- sion in the Appalachian system, and at right angles to its chains, from the south-western termination of the s


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1857

    62 HODGES’ NEW BANK NOTE SAFE-GUAED. 10 10 Eagle and deer. Indian draw- ing bow. Vig. Two females seat- ed; shield between them; sickle and balances; bar- rels and steamship on right; train of cars and Secured, etc. houses on left. Compt’s die. mohawk VAL- LEY BANK, Deer. Mohawk, N. Y. 50 50 2m 50 Compt’s die. MOHAWK VAL- Q LEY BANK, Female por lO Mohawk, N. Y. trait. 100 Compt’a die. 100 Vig. Indian ■% AA seated, canoe AW on right, deer on left, iettcr C. MOHAWK VAL- LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. Y. Roaper with sheaf of wheat and sickle. 100 Compt’s die. ONE 1 Vig. Female, sword. JL and child, anchor on lelt ; emblems of agri- culture on right. CANAL


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Delineator

    /1856

    :62 HODGES’ NEW BANK NOTE DELINEATOR. 10 Vig. Two females seat- ed; shield between them; sickle and balances; bar- rela and steamship on right: train of cars an houses on left. mohawk VAL- LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. Y, 5 Vig Train of railroad 1 Compt’s die- Large orna mental 6; waterfall, 1 V BANK OF MALONE, Malone, N. Y. cars, Indians Ac. 100 Compt’s die. 100 ioo rightj deer MOHAWK VAL- LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. Y. wheat and sickle. 100 ONE Vig. Female, sword, and child, anchor on leit ; emblems of agri- culture on right. CANAL BANK, Lockport, N. Y. Locks. ONE TWO ‘'ompt’s die. TWO hand


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-guard

    /1858

    I m HODGES’ NEW BANK NOTE SAFE-GUARD. 10 10 Two femalee seated ; mohawk VALLEY BANK, Mohawk, H. Y- Eagle ana 5 Compt’e die. V BANK OF MALONE, Malone, N.Y, Largo ornal “waterfall, 1 CftfK, i : 50 Compt’s die. FOET PLAIN BANK, Fort Plain, N. Y. Farmers at lunch, loading 50 I Full length! female Indi | 50 50 50 10 Vig. Female seated; globe and care behind her; wheat, Ac, on right, 10 Cornpt’s die* Compt’a die. Franklin. 50 MOHAWK VAL- LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. 7. Female^ por


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 48]

    /1894

    ociation, to be held at Baltimore, October 10th and nth, 1894, a proposition will be made to have the place selected for holding the next annual convention by the convention itself, instead of leaving the selection, as heretofore, to the Executive Council. Fonda, N. Y. — The oldest bank president in the United States is Daniel Spraker, who is now in his ninety-seventh year. He is president of the mohawk River National Bank of Fonda. Mr. Spraker is one of the most interesting per- sonages in the State. He is prominent because of his advanced age, and because he is the head of the Spraker family, which for over a century has been conspicuous in the Mohawk Valley on account of its wealth, enterprise and social and political influence. George Spraker, the earliest ancestor of the family in America,


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1857

    62 HODGES’ NEW BANK NOTE SAFE-GUAED. 10 10 Eagle and deer. Indian draw- ing bow. Vig. Two females seat- ed; shield between them; sickle and balances; bar- rels and steamship on right; train of cars and Secured, etc. houses on left. Compt’s die. mohawk VAL- LEY BANK, Deer. Mohawk, N. Y. 50 50 2m 50 Compt’s die. MOHAWK VAL- Q LEY BANK, Female por lO Mohawk, N. Y. trait. 100 Compt’a die. 100 Vig. Indian ■% AA seated, canoe AW on right, deer on left, iettcr C. MOHAWK VAL- LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. Y. Roaper with sheaf of wheat and sickle. 100 Compt’s die. ONE 1 Vig. Female, sword. JL and child, anchor on lelt ; emblems of agri- culture on right. CANAL


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Delineator

    /1856

    :62 HODGES’ NEW BANK NOTE DELINEATOR. 10 Vig. Two females seat- ed; shield between them; sickle and balances; bar- rela and steamship on right: train of cars an houses on left. mohawk VAL- LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. Y, 5 Vig Train of railroad 1 Compt’s die- Large orna mental 6; waterfall, 1 V BANK OF MALONE, Malone, N. Y. cars, Indians Ac. 100 Compt’s die. 100 ioo rightj deer MOHAWK VAL- LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. Y. wheat and sickle. 100 ONE Vig. Female, sword, and child, anchor on leit ; emblems of agri- culture on right. CANAL BANK, Lockport, N. Y. Locks. ONE TWO ‘'ompt’s die. TWO hand


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-guard

    /1858

    I m HODGES’ NEW BANK NOTE SAFE-GUARD. 10 10 Two femalee seated ; mohawk VALLEY BANK, Mohawk, H. Y- Eagle ana 5 Compt’e die. V BANK OF MALONE, Malone, N.Y, Largo ornal “waterfall, 1 CftfK, i : 50 Compt’s die. FOET PLAIN BANK, Fort Plain, N. Y. Farmers at lunch, loading 50 I Full length! female Indi | 50 50 50 10 Vig. Female seated; globe and care behind her; wheat, Ac, on right, 10 Cornpt’s die* Compt’a die. Franklin. 50 MOHAWK VAL- LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. 7. Female^ por


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 48]

    /1894

    ociation, to be held at Baltimore, October 10th and nth, 1894, a proposition will be made to have the place selected for holding the next annual convention by the convention itself, instead of leaving the selection, as heretofore, to the Executive Council. Fonda, N. Y. — The oldest bank president in the United States is Daniel Spraker, who is now in his ninety-seventh year. He is president of the mohawk River National Bank of Fonda. Mr. Spraker is one of the most interesting per- sonages in the State. He is prominent because of his advanced age, and because he is the head of the Spraker family, which for over a century has been conspicuous in the Mohawk Valley on account of its wealth, enterprise and social and political influence. George Spraker, the earliest ancestor of the family in America,


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1857

    dj 4c. Female and 1 Vig. Female & reclining, shield kc. in centre, on right train of carSj on left steamboat. WHITE’S BANK OF BUFFALO, N Y Secured, Ac, TWO ^llnpt’s die 2 TWO 1 3 Vig. Farmers at *9 4 work in field ; bee A hire, plough, O ICompt’s die rake 4c. HUDSON RlVEK B’K, bd Hudson- N Y- 1 Steamboat. — 5 * 11 Vig. Indian seat- *1 i j X ed in canoe going X tlm ugh ru pills. X Corrvpt's die. 1 mohawk BANK. Schenectady- N Y F'-ma.e msn.ed. i 1 Locomotive and cars. 1 F“ < 2 Compt’s die. Vig. Two child- & ren seated, in & centre sheaf of wheat, on right ships in distance, on left steamboat. H3 2 HUDSON RIVER B’X Hudson, N. Y O Steamboat. 2 MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N Y- TWO Compt’s die Vig. frcdmir seated £ in canoe going through rapids 2 2 TWO 5 'onlpt's die. 5 Vig. Steambi and vessels. WHITE’S


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 15]

    /1861

    63—65.) This doctrine of making parties liable for truths suppressed, as well as for false and fraudulent representations, applies to the organization and continuance of corporations, and is so held in England and in this country. This • subject is very hilly, succinctly and accurately treated in Gardner’s Inter- national Law, Public and Private, pp. 323 — 379. We give below a brief report of the mohawk Bank case, and refer our readers to the prominent case of the Royal British Bank, reported in the Bankers’ Magazine for August, 1858, pp. 85 — 90 : Supreme Court of New-York — Third Judicial District. Benjamin B. Mouse vs. Nicholas Swrrz and George D. Maxon. Facts alleged. — The plaintiff alleges that defendants, as president and cashier, July 14, 1858, made under oath a statement of the conditio


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    Clark's New England Bank Note List and Counterfeit Detector

    12/1/1846

    , ‘ ‘Hank ofUlin. a’ ’ nliowb tin: alter: ■lion. 1 Kin anil 20 a, altered, Imnk lias no 20s out, its lUi* red on Hack*. Meat* hunts mnl Karin era lit., I’utuuui County. Carmel ] Dl s, letter to whom payable, date, Ac. at present unknown. Merchants Bank, Poughkeepsie 4 Millers Hank of New York, Clyde, 10 j Middle District Hank, Poughkeepsie failed | l>o. do. payable at liauk of America, New-York — mohawk llank, Schenectady 1 5’s. Perry’s victory In the centre of (lie bill, on the right, an Indian, and on I in- h-lt a lady. Ill’s, letter < '. put to .1 ( use, dated Dee. 36, 1833, signed D. I Boyd, Cush., I). Martin, l’ris. Paper whiter, and tile figure of the Indian much too small, compared with the genuine, j Is, let. D, engraving course, ragged, general appearance bad. 1 D. Boyd, Cashier, D. Mar


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    2016 United States Mint Annual Report

    /2016

    The regiment was officially deactivated in April 1956, following the Korean War. The medal’s obverse features a close-up portrait of a fictional Borinqueneer staff sergeant. The reverse depicts a “garita,” a dome-covered sentry box and Puerto Rican cultural symbol, from the Castillo de San Felipe del Morro in San Juan, Puerto Rico. NATIVE AMERICAN CODE TALKER CONGRESSIONAL GOLD MEDALS - ST. REGIS mohawk TRIBE AND PUEBLO OF LAGUNA TRIBE Medal Awarded: May 19 and July 26, 2016 Description: The Code Talkers Recognition Congressional Medal program honors Native Americans who served in the U.S. armed forces during World War I and World War II and transmitted coded messages to support tactical military operations. Although Native Americans were not considered American citizens when the United States e


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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1862

    f Bank. 20 t 20 TWENTY Male portrait TWENTY TWENTY 20 SeSi 20 ed, lett hand ex- pended towards steam- men ts‘globef&e. P Title Of Bank- Female milking XX FIFTY Female with sheaf and Compt’s Man reclining; cLe. sheep, eto. Title of Bank- 50 Two children 100 Apothsosia Title of Bank- Gompt’s die. Fig 100 and words OJIE HUNDRED. 1G0 Two children 1 Compt’i «^e. 1 J Vlg. Indian seat- J through rapids. mohawk BANK, Schenectady, N- Y Locomotive and cars. 1 Female 1 2 |compt’s die 2 MOHAWK SANK, Schenectady, N- Y. g Vlg. Indian seated through rapid's. 2 TWO TWO | 3 MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N- Y- Q Vig. Indian Q seated in canoe (J Secured, tc. THREE | e 5 Compt’s die, 5 K Indian seated in r O canoe going over (J MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N. Y. 'FIVE Male portrait 5 5 Female portrait. MOHAWK BANK. Schene


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1857

    dj 4c. Female and 1 Vig. Female & reclining, shield kc. in centre, on right train of carSj on left steamboat. WHITE’S BANK OF BUFFALO, N Y Secured, Ac, TWO ^llnpt’s die 2 TWO 1 3 Vig. Farmers at *9 4 work in field ; bee A hire, plough, O ICompt’s die rake 4c. HUDSON RlVEK B’K, bd Hudson- N Y- 1 Steamboat. — 5 * 11 Vig. Indian seat- *1 i j X ed in canoe going X tlm ugh ru pills. X Corrvpt's die. 1 mohawk BANK. Schenectady- N Y F'-ma.e msn.ed. i 1 Locomotive and cars. 1 F“ < 2 Compt’s die. Vig. Two child- & ren seated, in & centre sheaf of wheat, on right ships in distance, on left steamboat. H3 2 HUDSON RIVER B’X Hudson, N. Y O Steamboat. 2 MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N Y- TWO Compt’s die Vig. frcdmir seated £ in canoe going through rapids 2 2 TWO 5 'onlpt's die. 5 Vig. Steambi and vessels. WHITE’S


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    United States Mint Annual Report 2015

    9/30/2015

    National Wildflower Research Center after she left the White House. The reverse of her coin depicts the Jefferson Memorial, Washington Monument and flowers in reference to Mrs. Johnson’s efforts in the beautification and conservation of America. 2015 NATIVE AMERICAN $1 COIN Coin Released: March 19, 2015 Description: The 2015 Native American $1 Coin commemorates the contributions of the Kahnawake mohawk and Mohawk Akwesasne communities to “high iron” construction work. Starting in 1886, Mohawk Ironworkers built prominent landmarks, mostly in New York City. They worked on the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the George Washington Bridge, and the World Trade Center. The Mohawk Ironworkers have a reputation as top-notch workers on high steel who do not fear heights or dangerous conditi


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    Dye's Bank Note Plate Delineator

    /1855

    62 DYE’S BANK NOTE PLATE DELINEATOR 10 10 “ — — — — ■ — — a Jinn draw ing bow. Vig. Two females Real ed: shield between them Eagle and deer. 5 Vig Train of railroad cars. 50 FORT PLAIN BANK, 50 sickle and balances; bar re Is and steamship on ri^hf; train of cars am Coropt’B die- Large orna mental 6; waterfall. Compt’s die. Fort Plain, N. Y. Full length j female Indi- | an. Compt’s die mohawk VAL- LEY BANK, Deer. V BANK OF MALONE, Malone, N. Y. cars, Indian kc. FIFTY Vig. Farmers at lunch , loading bay, kc. Mohawk. N. Y. ■' o to 50 50 10 Vig. Female seated; globe and cars behind her; 10 100 FORT PLAIN BANK. 100 wheat, kc, on right, Fort Plain, N. Y. Compt’s die. MOHAWK VAL- Compt’s die. Franklin. Spread eagle. Full length — 50 LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. Y. Female por trait. 10 BANK OF MALON


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    Dye's Bank Note Plate Delineator

    /1855

    B’K folded hold- 25 AND LOAN CO , ing balances, Watertown, N- Y- the other seated play- ing on harp. Vig. Large iron mill and FIVE houses, large house in distance on a bill, on left waggon, on right houses in distance. Blacksmith at work. Male portrait. MANUFACTURERS’ BANK, Compt’s die. Troy, N- Y. Secured, '&c. FIVE 1 ^ Vig. Indian seat- •% X ed in canoe going X 1 through rapids. Compt's die. i mohawk BANK, Schenectady, N Y Female sea .eil. A Locomotive and cars. 1 MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N- Y- 2 TV/0 Compt’s die. 0 Vig. Indian seated 2 in canoa going through rapids. 2 TWO 3 Compt’s die. MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N- Y- Q Vig. Indian Q O seated in canoe O going through rapids. Secured, ?fcc. THREE Female, sheaf of wheat, nickle kc. 3 5 Compt’s die. 5 C Vig. Indian C t3 seated in canoe going t


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 15]

    /1861

    63—65.) This doctrine of making parties liable for truths suppressed, as well as for false and fraudulent representations, applies to the organization and continuance of corporations, and is so held in England and in this country. This • subject is very hilly, succinctly and accurately treated in Gardner’s Inter- national Law, Public and Private, pp. 323 — 379. We give below a brief report of the mohawk Bank case, and refer our readers to the prominent case of the Royal British Bank, reported in the Bankers’ Magazine for August, 1858, pp. 85 — 90 : Supreme Court of New-York — Third Judicial District. Benjamin B. Mouse vs. Nicholas Swrrz and George D. Maxon. Facts alleged. — The plaintiff alleges that defendants, as president and cashier, July 14, 1858, made under oath a statement of the conditio


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    Clark's New England Bank Note List and Counterfeit Detector

    12/1/1846

    , ‘ ‘Hank ofUlin. a’ ’ nliowb tin: alter: ■lion. 1 Kin anil 20 a, altered, Imnk lias no 20s out, its lUi* red on Hack*. Meat* hunts mnl Karin era lit., I’utuuui County. Carmel ] Dl s, letter to whom payable, date, Ac. at present unknown. Merchants Bank, Poughkeepsie 4 Millers Hank of New York, Clyde, 10 j Middle District Hank, Poughkeepsie failed | l>o. do. payable at liauk of America, New-York — mohawk llank, Schenectady 1 5’s. Perry’s victory In the centre of (lie bill, on the right, an Indian, and on I in- h-lt a lady. Ill’s, letter < '. put to .1 ( use, dated Dee. 36, 1833, signed D. I Boyd, Cush., I). Martin, l’ris. Paper whiter, and tile figure of the Indian much too small, compared with the genuine, j Is, let. D, engraving course, ragged, general appearance bad. 1 D. Boyd, Cashier, D. Mar


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    2016 United States Mint Annual Report

    /2016

    The regiment was officially deactivated in April 1956, following the Korean War. The medal’s obverse features a close-up portrait of a fictional Borinqueneer staff sergeant. The reverse depicts a “garita,” a dome-covered sentry box and Puerto Rican cultural symbol, from the Castillo de San Felipe del Morro in San Juan, Puerto Rico. NATIVE AMERICAN CODE TALKER CONGRESSIONAL GOLD MEDALS - ST. REGIS mohawk TRIBE AND PUEBLO OF LAGUNA TRIBE Medal Awarded: May 19 and July 26, 2016 Description: The Code Talkers Recognition Congressional Medal program honors Native Americans who served in the U.S. armed forces during World War I and World War II and transmitted coded messages to support tactical military operations. Although Native Americans were not considered American citizens when the United States e


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    Mendelson's National Bank Note Reporter and Financial Gazette

    9/1/1870

    Corey, CaBh. FAVETTEVILLE.Natlonal Par ! i. E. Hnrd, Pres. H. Eaton, Cash. PISHKILL, National Par 8. A. Uayt, Pres. A. Bartow, Cash. FISHKILL LANDING, First Par James Mackln, Pres. M. E. CurtiSB, Cash. FORT PLAIN National Par W. A. Haslet, Pres. J. S. 8hearer, Cash. FORT EDWARD, Farmers' Par J. M. Hall, Pres. G. Clements, Cash. FORT EDWARD, National Par F. D. Hodgman, Pres. A. Wing, Cash. FONDA, mohawk River Par D. Spraker, Pres. E. 8. Gillett, Cash: FRANKLIN, First Par A. Douglas, Pres. C. Noble, Cash. FREDONIA, National Par 8. M. Clement, Pres. H. D. Crane, Cash. FRIENDSHIP, First Pai G. W. Robinson, Pres. A. J. V/ellinan, Cash. FULTON, Citizens' Par C. G. Caso, Pres. G. M. Case, Cash. The M. L. Lee, Pres. D. W. Qtrdner, Cash. GENEVA, First Par A. L. Chew, Pres- W. T. 3 :ott. Cash. GENEVA, Na


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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1863

    eam- boat, chemical apparatus, table and writing imple- ments* globe, &c. Title of Bank. Female milking c XX FIFTY Female with sheaf and sickle* Compt’s Man reclining; die. sheep, ete. Title of Bank. I 50 Two children ^--T 100 Title of Bank. Compt’s die. 100 Apotheosis Fig 100 and words ONE to Art. HUNDRED. Two children 1 Compt’* die. 1 < Vig. Indian seat- < JL ^d in canoe going X through rapids. mohawk BANK, Schenectady, N. Y LoeomotiTe and ears. 1 Female sealed. 1 2 Compt’s dl9. 2 MOHAWK BANK. Schenectady, N. Y. O Y)g. Indian aeated 4 ^ In canoe going through rapids. 2 TWO TWO 3 Compt’s die. MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N. Y- ft vig. Indian ft O seated in canoe O going through rapids. Secured, fte. THREE Feraale, sheaf of wheat, sickle Ac. 3 ' S Indian seated in K tJ oanoe going over O 5 FIVE rap


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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1864

    Brooklyn, Mechanics’ Bank, Syracuse, 15] . Mechauics’ k Farmers’ Bank. Albany, [5] Mercantile Bauk, Plattsburgh, .. _ [5] . . Merchants’ Bank, Albany [5] . . Merchants’ Bank of Eric Co., Lancaster, Merchants’ Bank, in Poughkeepsie, Merchants’ Bank of Syracuse, Merchants’ Bank, Westfield Merchants’ k Farmers’ Bank, Ithaca, [5] . Merchants’ k Mechauics’ Bank of Troy Middletown Bank, Middletowu (51. mohawk Bank, Schenectady, (1 2 3 lO] Mohawk River Bank, Fonda, Mohawk Valley Bank. Mohawk, Monroe County Bank, Rochester Montgomery County Bank, Johnstown, Mutual Bank, Troy, (2] . . Nassau Bank, Brooklyn, New York k Erie Bank, Buffalo, New York State Bank, Albauy Niagara County Bank, Lockport, Oneida Bank, Utica, (20) . Oneida Central Bank, Rome Oneida County Bank,. Utica, . Oneida Valley Bank, Oneida


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    The MCA Advisory, February 2009

    2/1/2009

    reat cultural divides, crossed back and forth between the Anglo-Saxon and Native American worlds, and undergone radical alteration during its well traveled existence. Scholars of Native American culture have long puzzled over this intriguing medal, misled by the Schuyler family’s assertion, upon its donation in 1923, that the medal was “given to General [Philip] Schuyler by one of the last of the mohawk Indian Chiefs” and presented to them “by the Provincial Government of New York in 1750 as a reward for bravery in the French and English wars begun in 1745.” 1 In the mid-nineteenth century, the Schuylers enlisted the expertise of Eleazer Williams (ca. 1787-1858), an Episcopal missionary of Mohawk ancestry, to decipher the five-line inscription on the reverse of the medal. Williams identified the


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-guard

    /1858

    HODGES’ NEW BANK NOTE SAFE-GUARD. (31 1 |7ig. Three females | implement*, beehive* X o us M Compt’*. dia. j«be*f 01 wheat, 4a. w 0T8EQ0 COUNTY B’K P 1 Coopers town, N. Y. > Eagle. ONEIDA CENTRA] BANK, Rome, N, T. Portrait ol " ,rtha lehington 5' Compt’* i FIVE Q Vig. _ Female | °^ 3 -'Sli- 3 with tag]*; I *ntel..pe», on either aide. | Vessel in dialance. I mohawk VAL- t it’adie. LEY BANK, |] Mohawk, N. Y. I 10 ^mpt’a die. TEN L; Vig. Female recliniog upon a chest; locomotive 10 Famala por- HAMILTON BANK. trait. Hamilton, N Y An n and horn of pleutj. TEN Ut of Washington scjrtbe and grain on light r ’e, anchor, barrels, 10 e Vig. Deer and Jn 0 ^ ^ U *i iig "uhnii ^ ' nl i FIVE ing how. ,a 0 mp t >. MOHAWK VAL- LEY BANK, Mohawk, N Y. Fall length male figure


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Gaurd

    /1860

    62 HODGrES’ NEW BANK NOTE SAFE-GUARD. 10 , 10 Indian draw- 1 Tw0 females sea ted ing Dow. iV,li.ld between them sickle and balances j 1 rela and steamship, right ; train of cars and bouses — jfj| mohawk VALLEY BANK, Mohawk, N. Y- Compt’e die. 100 Compt’s die. 2S-522 100 on right j deer on e^ , Reaper with sheaf of wheat and sickle. 100 MOHAWK VAL. LEY BANK, Mohawk, N. Y, 100 Compt’s die. 1 Tig. Female, sword, J. and child, anchor on lett ; emblems of agri- culture on right. ONE ONE CANAL BANK, Lockport, N. Y. Locke Female seat- ed. TWO Compt’s die. TWO plow and wheat on lei inal and cars on rig!


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    Hodges' New Bank Note Safe-Gaurd

    /1860

    tance, on left steam- ship in distance. MANUFACTURERS’ BANK, Troy, N- Y- Secured, 4c. THREE Female 3 FIVE Male portrait. Compt’s di«. Vig. Large iron mill and heuses large house in distance on a hill, on left waggon, on right i houses in distance. MANUFACTURERS’ BANK, Troy, N. Y- Sacnrad, 4c. Blacksmith at work. FIVE 1 ICompt’s die 1 1 ■f Vig. Indian seat- -J X ad in canoe going J through rapids. mohawk BANK, Schenectady, N Y Locomotive and ears. . 1 Female 1 1 2 | Compt’s dia. j 2 MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N- Y- - Q Vig. Indian seated A in canoe going through rapids. 2 TWO TWO I 3 1 'ompt’s die. MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N- Y- Q Vig. Indian Q O seated in canoe (J going through Secured, 4c. THREE Feisale, sheaf of wheat, sickle 4c. 3 5 Female portrait. MOHAWK BANK, Schenectady, N. Y. e Indian se


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    distance. Right end, two females seated in a circle ; 10 above, TEN below. Left end, female seated in an oval, safe, eagle, &c. ; 10 above, TEN below. 20s, upper center, female seated by a table, chemical instruments, globe, &c.; steamship in distance ; 20 on each side. Right end, XX ; die above and below. Left end, female seated by a safe with sword, scales, eagle, &c. ; TWENTY above and below. mohawk Bank, Schenectady. Is, upper center, Indian seated in a canoe, 1 on each side. Right end, female seated resting her arm on a shield ; 1 above and below. Left end, State die ; 1 above and below. (Imitated.) 2s, right end, Indian seated in a canoe ; TWO above and below. Lower center, 2. Left end, State die ; 2 above and below. (Imitated.) 3s, in center, Indian seated in a canoe, 3 on each side. Rig


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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1865

    s’ & Farmers’ Bank, Albany, 5 224 Mercantile Bank, Plattsburgh,' a .... 224 Merchants’ Bank, Albany, [ 6 ] 224 Merchants’ Bank of Eiio Co., Lancaster 225 Merchants’ Bank, in Poughkeepsie, 225 Merchants’ Bank of Syracuse, 225 Merehauts’ Bank, Westfield 225 ... 225 ... 2’25 ... 226 ... 226 ... 226 Merchants’ & Farmers’ Bank, Ithaca, Merchants’ & Mechanics’ Bank of 'IVoy, Middletown Bank, Middletown mohawk Bank, Schenectady, [1 a 8 lO Mohawk River Bank, Fonda, [3 Mohawk Valley Biuik, Mohawk 227 Monroe County Bank, Rochester, 227 Montgomery County Bank, Johnstown, 227 Mutual Bank, Troy [.‘ij . . . . 227 Nassau Bank, Brooklyn 228 New York & Erie Bank, Bufl'alo 228 New York State Bank, Albany, 228 Niagara County Bank, Loekport 228 Oneida Bank, Utiea, [*iO] .... 228 Oneida Central Bank, Romo, 229 Oneid


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    Peterson's Phildaelphia Counterfeit detector and Bank Note List

    5/1/1863

    rd, Ac. 5s, imitation— vig. female seated, large 5 and female each side —medallion on right. Poorly done. lOs, vig. female and boy ; some, man plowing. MERCH. & MEOH. BK. OF TRO ?...(£.) % D. T. Vail, Pres. ; Francis Sims, Cash. 5s. raised from Is — vig. medallion portrait, with farmer on left and sailor on right ; man dressing skins on right. 10 *. altered trom Is — vig. female, child and ships. mohawk BANK, Schenectady ( F.) 9£ Geo. G. Maxou, I’res.; Chas. Thompson, Cash. Is, 2s, 3s and 10s. vig. au Iudian in a canoe. MOHAWK RIVER BANK, Fonda, Mont- gomery county (/’.) 9' Daniel Spraker, Pres. ; E. S. Gillett, Cash. 5* and 10s, altered — vig. three Indians. MOHAWK VALLEY BANK, Mohawk, Her- kimer county, ( p.\ sz H. E. Spinner, Pres.; B. II. Pomeroy, Cash. / MONROE BANK OF ROCHESTER, Cuba , All


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    Peterson's Phildaelphia Counterfeit detector and Bank Note List

    8/1/1860

    sheaf, Ac. 5s. vig. female sitting ; ships and train of cars. Ac. 5s, IOs, 20s. '1'. Vail, Pres.; h'raneis Sims, Casli. Is, vig. w'onian and vase of flowers, woman on right. 2* and ,5s, vig. Vulean. female, eagle, Ac., on right. ,5s, raised from Is — vig. medallion portrait, with farmer on left and sailor on riglit : man dressing skins on right. 10s, altered from Is— vig. female, child and ships. mohawk BANK, .SV/ica^rrar/y (/.> % Geo. (f. .Maxon, Pres.; Clias. 'i’hotiipson. Cash. 1*. 2b',) John S. Ganson, Pres. ; James Sweeney, Casa. 5s, vig. twofcmalcsaud horn of plenty — fenialcon the left end — an eagle between the signatures — poorly done. 10s, altered from Is — vig. steamboat view. NIAGARA COUNTY BANK, Lorkport...(F.) ^ Thos. T. Flagler, Pres. ; S. K. DanieU, Cash. Is, 2 b, 3b. 5s, IOs, 20


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    Illustrated National Counterfeit Detecter

    10/6/1879

    . 2 Marine, New York, N. Y 10 Marine, New York, N. Y 2 Market, New York, N. Y 10 Market, New York, N. Y 20 Market, New York, N. Y.. 10 20 5 5 100 10 20 50 5 10 10 10 20 50 5 5 2 Mechanics', New York, N. Y Mechanics’, New York, N. Y Merchants’, Chicago, 111 Merchants', New Bedford, Mass Merchants', New Bedford, Mass Merchants', New York, N. Y Merchants', New York, N. Y Metropolitan, New York, N. Y mohawk Valley, Mohawk, N. Y Muncie, Muncic, Ind Mutual, Troy, N. Y Nat. B’k of Commerce, New York, N . Y . Nat. B'k of Commerce, New York, N. Y. Nat. B’k of Commerce, New York, N.Y. National Bank of Illinois, Chicago, 111 .... National Bank of Pawling, Pawling, N.Y. Nat. B’k of Rhode Island, Newport, R.I. 2 ; Nat. B’k of State of N.Y. New York, N.Y. 10 Nat. B’k of State of N.Y. New York, N.Y. 50 1 Nat.


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    Lord's Detector and Bank Note Vignette Describer

    5/1/1858

    tes. Is, Female portrait; horn of plenty; anchor, ship, etc 2s, Female seated ; factory, steamboat, cars, etc 5s, Group of persons : woman in chariot, lions, globe, etc lOs. Two females, steam- doat, barrels, farming tools, etc 20s, Portrait of female pointing towards steamboat, table, globe, etc. Counterfeits. 5’s, imitation of genuine; vig fourfemnles, with globe, key, and a lion at their feet. mohawk Bank . Schenectady, . . (S ) par )i [Jos. R Cram, Pres., N Swits.Cask.] Capital 125,000 Descriptions of Genuine Vignettes. Is, A 11 Indian inliis canoe, going down rapids 2s, Same as Is; figure 2 on left 3s. Same vignette; figure 3; female. wheat., etc., on right end — 5s. Same vignette; male portrait 011 right end 1 Os, same vignette: X on right of vig- nette; train ol cars on bottom. Counterfei


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